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WhatsApp India supports small businesses to go digital; unveils #SMBSaathi Utsav

WhatsApp India on Tuesday unveiled #SMBSaathi Utsav, a programme aimed at supporting small businesses in adopting digital tools like the WhatsApp Business App to conduct their operations. The goal of this programme, which was launched in partnership with Josh Talks, is to educate and assist small...

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Digital Brand Fest 2022: How SMS and mobile marketing can accelerate brand growth

Mumbai: The digitally empowered consumers of today have more choices than ever before. As we enter into 2022 with new technologies propelling the digital transformation, several new age, as well as legacy brands, have jumped onto the digital bandwagon to up their marketing game, and retain connect...

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WhatsApp bans 1.75 million Indian accounts in November 2021

Instant messaging and voice-over-IP service WhatsApp has banned more than 1.75 million accounts in India, while it received 602 grievance reports

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Whatsapp set to roll out new multi-device feature

Instant messaging app, WhatsApp is set to roll out a feature that would allow users to log into the messaging platform on their personal computers without being online through their smartphones.

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Facebook faces one of its longest global outages

Social media giant Facebook along with its subsidiary platforms, Instagram and WhatsApp experienced one of its longest global outages on Monday night after the services remained non-functional at least for over five hours.

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